GROWING renaissance of vintage Pelican Drive properties, initiated in 2012, was a contributing influence.
With the set of plans drawn by Goodrich for the 4550sf home, the homeowner turned to interior designer
Bridget Mazer, who had appointed an uncle and aunt’s Landfall home.
Several factors influenced his choices, including a fondness for fine Italian yacht designs and the desire to
incorporate exquisite woods and artfully crafted cabinetry into his home’s interior. A nautical contemporary Carolina Beach
canal-front home, another Mazer interior design, also echoed his lifestyle.
Blending all these ideals into one cohesive design approach was Mazer’s challenge, yet her client was decisive when
presented with choices. With a mandate for modern plus masculine, the result is, well, pretty sexy by Wrightsville Beach
Mazer’s first mission was the home’s curb appeal. She selected a glazed French door for the front entry, and specified
where the builder would use shingles versus siding.
Goodrich says that the homeowner knew exactly what he wanted.
home of distinction